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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (John Williams)

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Pure disgrace...
• Posted by: B.C.Chase
• Date: Sunday, June 23, 2002, at 10:57 a.m.
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• In Response to: Pornographic film, terrible music. Death to it... (Mohd Achmed Yusoff)

This film is a disgrace to all the people of Islam, is it? I have some very good Muslim friends who would beg to disagree severely. Yes, yes, I realize that they are not righteous as this Mohd Achmed Yusoff seems to be, but my friends are Muslim nonetheless, whether he would denie it or not. I live in Turkey, (which, through God's will, recently made considerable advances in the World Cup) a land which Mohd Achmed Yusoff would very likely consider to be pagan because it represents liberated form of Islam that someone such as he would resent (perhaps out of jealousy). It is interesting to note, however, that this Mohd Achmed Yusoff seems to claim that every religion or thought which disagrees with his religion and thoughts is pagan, and should be destroyed post haste. How difficult it must be for him to get along with anyone, discluding those happy individuals who make sport of murdering innocent men, women, and children through self destruction by device, explosive or aeronautical.

When analyzing this aforesaid Mohd Achmed Yusoff's distaste for Attack of the Clones, one should carefully note the facts of Natalie Portman's origins and . Her parents, I do believe, were Isreali before their immigration to the United States and Natalie herself has, in recent months, completed a vigorous college essay on the situation in the Middle East involving the Palestinians and Israelites. The paper was, naturally, favourably disposed towards the sovereign state of Isreal. Perhaps our dear Mohd Achmed Yusoff's dessatisfaction with the film stems from his dissatisfaction with Isreal.

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